HealthyWomen is the nation's leading independent, nonprofit health information source for women. Our mission is to educate and empower women to make informed health choices for themselves and their families. For nearly 30 years, millions of women have turned to HealthyWomen for answers to their most personal health care questions. HealthyWomen provides objective, research-based health information reviewed by medical experts to ensure its accuracy.
Nothing is more important to our health than access to competent care and the safety of our medicines and our health care practices. HealthyWomen works to educate women about health policy issues in these and other areas. We recognize the importance of clinical trials to improving women's health and support women's health research, particularly where sex may make a difference in research results.. HealthyWomen advocates on behalf of women to ensure that women's health is a primary focus by policy makers and advocacy groups.
How We Reach Women
HealthyWomen.org: Our dynamic website was the first website devoted to women's health and dedicated to providing women with comprehensive resources on hundreds of health topics. ForbesWoman named it one of the "Top 100 Websites for Women."
Our online health centers: These web-based health centers are the go-to source for women on topics ranging from pregnancy and parenting and sex and relationships to health policy and healthy aging.
Our e-newsletters: Our weekly lifestyle-focused e-newsletters connect subscribers to new health programs and resources at HealthyWomen.org.
Our online surveys: HealthyWomen regularly surveys women through online polls and with our WomenTALK® survey to learn about their attitudes and behaviors. These research findings guide HealthyWomen's content development.
Our network: Women's centers, clinics, health care systems and other health-delivery partners across the country connect with HealthyWomen to share our content.
Our health education campaigns: HealthyWomen excels in conducting nationally recognized health education campaigns with other nonprofit organizations, media, government agencies and the health industry to bring women the latest in health innovation, safety, health policy and access issues.
Consumers, health care providers, nonprofit and corporate partners and the media trust HealthyWomen as a valued and reliable health information source.